Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 3
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26, 1933. '-"' Last Call I am taking care of my regular customers at old prices up to November 5th. We have $19,000.00 worth of shoes and dothlng on hand right now, and a few more goods to be delivered yet on old contracts. I have the goods and you have the money. Let us trade. Goods are going higher and money is getting cheaper so at old prices it looks like a good snap for you. November 5th I will begin to buy more goods and, of course, will have to get a prof- It on them. The wholesale price on new buying will be higher than my retail price is now. I am setting November 6th for a change in prices and giving you fair warning so there will be no kicking. Buy now or forever hold your peace. This deal Is for my regular customers. They are the ones I am under obligation to. They have taken care of me for many years. Now I am trying to take care of them. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. «T 8«O' WILL BE-IF THEY HEAT IT WIF COAL E&NOKIDN*SON ifou can enjoy real comfort this coming winter if you will burn [Blue Star, Great Heart or Great Eagle Coal. Fill your bin and avoid the rush the cold days of winter. Our terms on coal are cash. |F. S. Norton & Son Phone DAUGHTER OF FENTON PAIR DIES MONDAY Fenton, Oct. 24-Mr. and Mrs. yilliam Alderson received word fonday of the death of their daughter. Mrs. Fred Hamilton, » , a ??' I1L The A'dersons were ailed there some weeks ago be- -ause of her sickness with erysip- 3 ias and complications. They left ier so much improved that the mes- •>age was a shock. Mr and Mrs. Al- Icrson, their grandson, Lyle Ham- lion, whom they brought here with hem, and Burnette Alderson left Monday to attend the funeral. Mrs. Hamilton was well known here, having lived in or near Fenton many years. ffrs. Eigler Observes Birthday— Mrs. F. H. Eigler was hostess at hree tables of bridge Saturday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary. Mrs. H. H. Widdel, Mrs. S. W. Meyers, and Mrs. F. P. Newel won table prizes for high scores. Agnes Goetsch received the travel >rize. Other guests were Mesdames Hay Stoeber, E, C, Weisbrod, W. V. Yager, R. C. 'Goetsch, E. A. Weis>rod, H. C. Lindsey, and F. J. Weisbrod, and Elsie Kohlwes. Four-H Club Meets Saturday— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Ruth Glaus, 13 members, the leader, anc one visitor attending. Roll call was on favorite musical selections. Mrs W. J. Weisbrod gave a talk on Flowers and Garden, and Lorena Dreyer on a public library for Fen ton. Alvina Dreyer gave a book re view on "We Must March." Poem were read by Gladys Stoeber anc Alvina Dreyer. Juniors Plan Class Play— The high school juniors have cho sen "Here Comes Charlie" as thei play. Verlina loerger will coach and the play will be presented nex month. The cast includes Delore Krause, Maynard Burwash, Rub Hantelman, Clarence Yager, Dal Wiesbrod, Hildegaarde Kabelits John Bailey, G. Stoeber, Doroth Stigman, John Waite. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. At/lONA. tOWA PAQETHRM Home Talent Play Planned- Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Beatric Kramer served ref resments to som members of the Epworth leagu riday evening at the church. Thes members are being coached by Es her Smith for a home talent play. Deacon Dubbs, to be presented November 3 at the IFenton opera house. )inner Honors Visiting Couple— Mr. and Mrs. T. O. MoFall, Cedar lapids, came last Thursday to visit ;he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. MoFall. They went-home Sunday. In their honor the Frank McFalls entertained the T. N. McFalls and the W. R. "Wolf es at dinner Friday evening. Horses Trucked to Wisconsin— Dr. C. C. Pink and Herbert ioetsch have returned to .their horne^ at Watertown, after having ing. Now is .the time to have your SUITS AND OVERCOATS DRY CLEANED AND REPAIRED for the winter season WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Send us your rugs and draperies for the annual 'Fall clean- Perhaps you need a new Suit or Overcoat? We have an outstanding line of samples to select from. And we guarantee the j workmanship to be the best, and our prices are moderate. THE ELK CLEANERS & TAILORS Call 830. Government Bonds This bank will be pleased to assist you in the exchange pf your called Government Bonds for new issues; Iowa State Bank AI^GONA R, R. MHULBfl, President H.U aiLMORE, Cashier. v ca » *t8**> ON PAJD-UF SHABKS STAJWCBNT SIUBI3S p4 loan account any tune witn any Neighbors Help Lotts Creek Pair Celebrate Anniversary Lotts Creek, Oct. 24—Mr. and Irs. Carl Zumach were'taken by urprise Sunday .evening, when re- itives and friends arrived to (help lem celebrate their 36th wedding nniversary. The evening was spent ; BOO and prizes were won by oah Reisner and Mrs. Frank challin, high, and Albert Wittkopf nd Mrs. Herman 'Reisner, low. Mr. nd Mrs. Zumach have lived here uring their entire married life, nd are the parents of four child- en, Arthur, William, and Clarence, £ 'Lotts Creek, and Mrs. Herman uedtke, Fenton. Attending the vent were Ernest and Martha Behens and Mrs. Martha- krueger, ''airmont; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wil- .ins, Clarksville; Mrs. nda Zumach, Irs. Rosa Ohm, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. ,iesener, and Mrs. Kain, all of A- :ona; Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Zumach, rlr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm, son Martin, rtr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke, all f Fenton; the Herman and (Rein- lard Zumachs, Whittemore; And- •ene Culbertson, Algona; the Art Sumachs, Mr. and Mrs. Noah iRies- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin and the Nick Genglers. Y.P. Society is Organized— The Immanuel iLutiheran young people met Friday evening and or- ;anized a Y. IP. S., naming it Immanuel Lutheran Y. P. S. Margaret Fiene and August Meyer served as temporary chairman and secretary. Officers were elected: pres ident, Wilfred Radig; vice, Car Pijahn; secretary, Margaret Laabs; treasurer, Fritz Meyer. With the pastor, the officers will be members of an executive committee. There will be active, passive, and honor- ery members. The society will meet the first Friday of every month. Thirty-five young people attended the meeting. The executive committee met. at the parsonage Sunday and chose Margaret and Ada Fiene and Arthur and Milton Geitz- inauer as committee in charge ot he November meeting. To Observe Luther Birthday— The Immanuel Lutheran congregation has been invited to attend a service at the Algona high school auditorium Sunday afternoon, on November 12, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther. "Hrs. Jaskulkc to Minneapolis— Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, left Saturday !c-r Minneapolis, traveling by bus r rom Armstrong, to consult a doc;or and visit a daughter employed ihere. Mr. and Mrs. William Jas- <ulke, Fairmont, are meanwhile at Leo's. Teachers Attend County Institute— The rural school teachers and William Schmiel, parochial teacher, attended a county .teachers institute and P. T. A. meeting at the Algona high school building Friday. OTHER LOTTS CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pofcratz spent Sunday with the Henry Schultzes and the Arthur Heiden- withs. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are Mrs. Potratz's parents, and Mrs. Heidenwith is her aunt. The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heidenwith, Lone Rock, spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Emilie at William Liesener's. Heidenwith, William Emery, o£ Arizona, lately sjtent a few days here with the VISITORS AT IRVINGTON TO GO HOME SOON 'Irvington,, Oct. 2li—-Mrs. Link Singleton, visitor here from Mississippi, returned to William CBold- ridge's 'Saturday after several days with her son 'Harold at Des Moines, and with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Penny, Mason City. Harold, who is well known here, and also his wife, are in good health. He is still with the steel bridge company where he has been for 11 years. When he began work with the company there were 80 colored men on. the payroll. Now he is the only one. Harold and his wife are also caring for an ex- slave, who is 105 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Penny, Mrs. Singleton's friends in Mason City, are former Piney Woods people, and were employed there at two different periods. Mr. Penny was chaplain and Mrs. Penny was boy's matron at the Piney Woods school for six years after Mrs. Singleton accepted a position as housekeeper for Professor L. C. Jones there. Mrs. Singleton and Mrs. Monroe McLaren and two children plan to start the return trip to Mississippi late this week. Algona Boy Leader at College in S. D. Sioux Falls, Oct. 24— -Otis Barr, Algona, is serving his second year as guard on the Sioux Falls college Braves_ football team, and is also active in dramatic productions. He FAIR'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT William Lieseners and other friends. Elsie Kohlwes was a guest at an Algona clubhouse event last Thursday evening and won at bridge. Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lieseners, is employed at Ben Schmidt's. Marvel Elbert spent last week with Helen Radig. H, S, JUNIORS AT LONE ROCK TO GIVE PLAY 'Lone Rock, Oct. 24—A three-act comedy, Sound Your Horn, will be presented by the OH. S. juniors Friday, November 3, at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. In this play a girl named Christine runs a wayside refreshment stand on land rented from a Mrs. Van Dyke's agent. Mrs. Van iDyke, unwilling to have anything sd low-brow on her property tries to repudiate the lease, but Christine .resists and discovers unexpected allies in Diane* and Theodore, niece and nephew of Mrs. Van Dyke. The play romps through exciting -moments in which romance and comedy join hands towards • an end that is just right. Characters are as follows: Drusilla, little girl about town, Margaret Gladstone; Pihyllis, her chum, bought horses here, two truckloads Imogene Roderick; Etta Lamb, of which they took with them. Mr. I waitress, Margaret Householder; roetsch is a cousin of George R. C. and Agnes Goetsch here. Meyer Anniversary Observed— Dr. and Mrs. S. W, Meyer were taken by surprise Sunday evening by friends who brought dinner and helped them celebrate their first The Ray Stoebers, the H. J. Reeders, and Clarence Theesfelds. Former Teacher is Mother— Announcement has been received of the birth October 10 of a daughter, Virginia 'Lee, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paper. The latter', formerly Mabel Brandt, as once home economics instructor. Weekly Shows Staged Here— The Tilton-Guthrie players, eight people., presented last week Tuesday night the first of a series of comedy dramas to be staged at the opera house every Tuesday night. Canadian Tourists Stop Here— The Aleck Moses family, of Canada, visited Mrs. Moses 1 mother, Mrs. John Arbogast, last week. They were en route to Los Angeles for the winter. Many Attend Quilt Show- Twenty- five Fenton women attended a quilt show given by the Lone Rock Mite society last week Wednesday. Other Fenton News The L. J. Weisbrods and the A. H. Meyers family were entertained at Kern Elerick's, Whittemore, Sunday. The C. H. Geronsins were at Charles Stewart's, Bode. The G. H. Millers and Mrs. Jens Henrickson, Ringsted, were at C. G. Humphrey's. The Claude Brooks family, Iowa Falls, spent tfoe week-end with Mrs. Brooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Light. The Charles Schemmels, Ringsted, were guests at E. C. Wiesbrod's. The F. W. Lakins, iEsther- ville, were at John Espe's. The Philip Weisbrods entertained at family dinner Sunday the Carl Kerns and the W. P. Weiebrods Fenton, the George Boevers family, near Algona, and -the John Boevers family, Galena, 111. •Druggist and Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Paul Eigler, and Elsie Kohlwes attended a district meeting of druggist at Algona last week Wednesday afternoon and evening. The Lawrence Hantelmans, Emmetsburg, visited Fenton relatives Friday. Mr. Hantelman was Just out of a hospital, following an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers, Calena, 111., their daughter Helen, and son Fred came 'Saturday to visit the Henry Boevers family and the Philip Weisbrods. iDr. and Mrs, J. T. Waite attended the funeral of Carol Jean Fredericks at the Methodist church, Cylinder, last week Wednesday. The Le Roy Newels, Hartley, the J F. Newels, the B, J. Franks, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Jrene were at F. p. Newel's Sunday.. Mrs »• W. Kabelitz and her sons Noahert and Sajome went tp Cedar Miss Quizzby, legal secretary .for the Van Dyke estate, Cleo Hobson; Homer Bird, contact man for the Empire Bottling Works, Tommy Long; Christine Eliot, owner of stand, Coil a Jane Hoi lister; Mrs. Van Dyke, self-made millionairess, •Dorothy Dacken; Diane Webster, her niece, Evelyn Bierstedt; Theodore Webster, her nephew, Roy Leeper; Mr. Beasley, caretaker for the Van Dyke estate, Eugene Blanehard. Mrs. Myrle Milligan is coaching. Thirty-Eight on Honor Roll— The following students made' an average of 90 per cenlt in the first six weeks of school; first grade, Helen Jensen, Willard Thompson, Jean Wilberg; second grade, Luella Ackerman, Harvey Godden, Eugenia Mae Hofius, Robert Marlow, Harold Padgett, Caroline Schaumberg, Claude Whitehill Jr., Betty Ann' Sharp, Laverne Schroeder; third grade, Everett • Ackerson, Virginia Frye, Catheine Mae Householder, Donald Newbrough; fourth grade, Marshall Milligan, Maxine IFlaig, Dorothy Hobson; fifth grade, Dorothy Jensen, Doris Mae Blanehard, Wilma Marlow, June Ralm, 'Roy Bierle; sixth grade, Vuanita Wegener. Viola Sprank; seventh grade, Bernard Genrich, Bettyi Marlow, John Sprank; eighth grade, Marian Jensen, Cheste'- Simpson; ninth grade, Shirley Marlow, Grace 'Newbrough; tenth grade, Beryl Sanders, eleventh grade, Margaret Gladstone, Colia Jane ^Hollister; twelfth grade, Ruby * Cherland, Verne Dacken. Mrs. William Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenther, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, the (Frank Flaigs, and Mrs. W. G. Flaig and her daughter Joan. Thompsons Sunday Dinner Hosts— 'Sunday dinner guests at Ralph Thompson's were the Richard Longs, John Long, the John Longs at Bunt, the Arthur Longs, Bancroft, the James Longs, of Good Hope Che Ira Newbroughs, the August Lampes, Ventura, and the Robert Binzens, Joliet, .111. Mothers Club to Elect— The Mothers club meets Wednesday, November 1, -with Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. R. L. Padgett assisting. Election of officers-will take place. Quilt Show Clears $13.85— The Mite society gave a quilt show last week Wednesday at the church, and $13.35 was realized. Other Lone Bock. Vera Morris, student at Iowa State college, accompanied by a friend, Esther Nelson, spent the week-end at the parental Charles Morris home. Beulah 'Blackstone, student at Coe college, Cedar Rapids, spent the week-end at the parental Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. (Mr. and Mrs. <L. G. Whitehill, of Santiago, Calif., visited the Claude Whitehills and thq J. M. Blanchards last week Tuesday and Wednesday. They are en route home from Chicago, where they spent most of the summer with their race horses. Mrs. Frank Clayton, Charles City, and her son Billy, who had visited tier sister, Mrs.Forrest Krause, Ayrshire, spent Saturday at the parental William Krause's, and the R. L. Padgetts took them home Sunday. is a sophomore this year, and is completing a pre-medical course this year. He is always outstanding on the gridiron, and has won a iname for himself as being the hardest fighting man on the squad. Recent injuries and illness taave slowed him down a little, but the only thing that may keep him off the all-conference team is lack of weight. He made the first team on Tepee day last year, and has been there ever since. South Cresco C, £. Conducts Services— The Christian Endeavor had charge of morning services Sunday. Lillian Angus, newly elected secretary-treasurer of the northern Fort Dodge (Presbytery's Christian Endeavor, . gave a talk on Today; Etta Bacon, Algona, gave a talk on Christ; Sarah and 'Lois Whitehill, William Hobson, and James Hall sang Hail Him; and songs were sung by 'the Christian Endeavor, followed by sentence prayers. The two talks were also given at Ringsted in the evening, the C, E. havr ing charge of services there., Basket Ball Schedule Out— The boys and girls basketball teams are practicing. Following is the game schedule: November 17, Fenton, there; November '24; Seneca, there; November 28, iRingsted, here; December 8, Bancroft, here; December 15, Titonka, there; December 19, Whittemore, here; December 21. Ledyard, here; January 12, Fenton, here; January 16, Wtoit- temore, there;, January 19, Seneca, here; January ; 26, Bancroft, there; January 3ft •Ringsted, there; \February 2, Titonka, here; (February .9, Ledyard, there. Ackermans Married Jl Tears- Mr, and Mrs. James Ackerman entertained last Wednesday evening in Ixonor of their llth wedding anniversary. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Swea pity; John SpranjRS, jjrs, Cwoltae • man, Bart, diaughtesr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parlin, Campus, 111., left for home Sunday, after three days at Oscar Baring's. The Parlins and Mr.' Earing drove to Rochester Saturday to call on Mrs. Earl 'Earing, patient there. Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's were Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Krueger, Mrs. C. Madison, daughter Alma, son Milton, the Charles Osborns, Tenus Madison, and Peter Madison, Detroit. L. R. Roderick and his daughter Imogene drove to Mason City Friday, and Mrs, Roderick,.who had been with mer mother, -Mrs. Margaret Davison, for some time, came home with them. M,r. and Mrs. iRobert Binzen, daughter Geraldine, son Laverne, and J6hn Binzen, Joliet, 111., arrived one day last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long, parents of Mrs. Binzen. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause and Mrs. Angus Krause, of Fenton, to Superior Sunday to visit the Krause daughter, Mrs. Orville Rosendahl. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz drove to Des Moines last Thursday on a business mission, and thence to Waterloo to visit another brother Albert. They returned Friday. Gladys Stebritz, Hamilton business college, Mason City, and a friend, Josephine .Reimer, spent the week-end with the former's mother and grandmother. The IFriday club met Friday with Mrs. William Leeper, assisted by Mrs. Watson Snick, ten attending. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Fred Genrioh, son Bernard, -Alex Krueger, and son Tommy, drove to Ames Sunday to visit Mr. Genrich's son Mainard at Iowa State college. Mrs, Harley Shellito, Ames, and her daughter Norma spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. (L. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Qodfredson, of Ringsted, were last Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp. Mrs, R. L. Padgett, Mrs. J. -M. Blanehard, and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a district P. T. A. meeting at Algona Friday. The Sewing Circle will have it? first meeting this week 'Friday evening at Mrs. Alex Krueger's. The V. V. Fryes attended t&e fua- eral of an uncle at Jpwa Falls Mon/ day. TftS Next week B. F. Sparks will move from the W. iL. Martin farm to the Robt. Runchey home at Hobarton which he purchased recently and the Runcheys will return to the E. J. Gilmore farm, now occupied by the George Breezees, who will move to the Martin farm. Sunday evening 20 friends and nieghbors went to the Runchey home to surprise them and the Sparks family as a welcome and farewell respectively. Each family attending took refreshments. Robt. Runchey trucked a load of farm machinery for dealers 'from Spencer to Swea City Monday, The Mesdames Klahr and McQuaid, Algona, were guests last week Wednesday of Mrs. W. V. Pool. The (Fred Parks family and the F. C. Geigels spent Sunday at the Dolliver park, Fort Dodge. Charles iLindhorst has returned from Chicago,-where he visited the world's fair, and is now at home helping with the corn picking. Mrs. Ruby Kahn, Sheridan, Wyo., ier daughter Barbara, and Mrs. L. E. 'Potter spent last Thursday night at Doctor Dorweiler's, West Bend, and Mrs. Dorweiler took them as far as Mason City on the way to Charles City to visit Mrs. Alta Pot- :er-Stiles. Mrs. Kahn was to go to Minneapolis this week. The Charles Winandys, Chicago, have gone home, after a visit at the Simons home. Charles M. Cox, Osage, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, and sister, Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. Cox is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, H. ,Rutledges, Irvington, the latter being critically sick. Specials •ITTTTW- r».<. vowrainw^ AT MEALTIME Peaches, sliced, No. 10 can 45c Bartlett Pears, No. 10 can Corn Meal, white or 4 yellow, 5 Ib. bag Brown Sugar, pounds Buckwheat Flour, New York, 5 Ibs. _^ Pancake Flour, family bag , Raisins,, One Crown, 4 Ibs. Sweet Prunes, 4 Ibs.- Peanut Butter, quart jar __, Council Oak Coffee, per pound ,__ Vanco Vanilla Extract, 1-2 pint ____,. Soap Flakes, 5 Ib. box ., P. & G. White Naphtha Soap, 5 bars Pork and Beans, large Np. 2 1-2 can _ Blue Barrel Soap, 1 Jb. bars , Sardines, 6 cains „,. „.„,.,, Mln.ce Meat, Me 29c 19c 25c 32c 29c 25c 37c 31 c 15c 10c 25c pp^^p AFFIDAVIT STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. We, C. B. Murtagh, president, E. >L. Vincent, Secretary, and ». JT. Bode, Treasurer of the Kossuth County Agricultural Association being duly sworn on oath depose and say that the said society or association, being duly incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa, held a fair known as the Kossuth County Fair on the 4th to 8th. Aajm of September, 1933, in the city or town of Algona, I6wa, and that th* said fair consisted of a bona fide exhibition of live stock, together with agricultural products, farm implements, etc., as contemplated in the law. We further depose and say that the sum of $2,793.-50 as shown in the _ financial statement attached hereto has been paid to the winning exhibitors in settlement of premiums won at the fair for the current year and that no part ot this amount was paid for speed events or to secure games or amusements. ' We further depose and say that the attached financial statement is a full and complete statement of the receipts and expenditures for the current year and that the attached statistical data is true and correct, c. B. MURTAGH, President. E. L. VINCENT, Secretary. H. J. Bode, Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of October, 193S*. by C. B. Murtagh, president, E. L. Vincent, Secretary, and H. J. Bode« Treasurer of the above named society or association. (SEAL) E. C. McMAHON, Notary Public, FINANCIAL STATEMENT __, RECEIPTS Cash on hand from last report (overdraft) $ 7.133JH Receipts outside gates (incl. season and family tickets) $3,379.40 Receipts day grandstand and quarter stretch 488.92 Receipts night grandstand and quarter stretch 266.50 Total ticket .sales 4,133.82 Entry fees, speed department 245.00 Concessions and privileges 1,321.73 Advertising in premium list and program 200.00 State aid (this year anticipated) 1,482.07 Miscellaneous receipts of fair: Stall and pen rent 226.70 Other entry fees 172.50 From all other sources of fair (dance) 600.66 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair 999.76 Total receipts of fair.. $ 8,382.3* County aid 1,489.00 Account settlements (compromised) . 896.67 Money borrowed 6,543.17 Other receipts, 4th of July celebration 2,872.06 Total receipts from sources other than fair 11,800,9* Grand total receipts 13.OW.lfe 'DISBURSEMENTS Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mules— $264.50 Cattle (beef and dairy) 548.00 Swine 466.00 Sheep, wool and goats 91.50 Poultry and pet stock 281.00 Agricultural .products . 130.50 Fruits, plants and flowers 96.50 Culinary products 146.25 Textile and art depts. 254.75 School exhibits 127.25 •Baby health department 24.00 Dairy products . 22.50 Total open premiums 2,452.75 4-H Club premiums: Baby beeves and purebred heifers 219.00 Pigs 8.00 Lambs 5.00 Other than live stock — 108.75 Total 4-H Club premiums 340.76 Total premiums other than speed __ 2,793.50 Premiums for speed __, " 1,343.00 Music and attractions 2,06-9.00 . Miscellaneous expense of fair: Advertising •__ 645.51 Printing 319.99 Postage 7.44 Salaries ' 914.50 All other expenses of fair (dance and misc.) : 1,601.41 Total misc. expense of fair 3,488.85 Total expense of fair. 9,694.3ft" Indebtedness of previous years paid (Ryther) 89.S* Insurance, interest, etc. 759.92 P°rmanent improvements 105.20 Maintenance of grounds and buildings " 559.95 Any other expense, 4th of July eel- l ebration 2,629.71 Total expense other than fair__ 4.0S4.7S Grand total disbursements 13,838.7* Overdraft 788JS-. STATISTICAL DATA Admission fee charged at outside gates: Adults, 35c; children, Oc; vehicles, 25c. Admission fee charged at grandstand: Day, 25c; night, 25c. Total number admissions, day grandstand, 3,474; day quarter •stretch, 364. Total number admissions, night grandstand, 2,124. Total attendance at fair (include both paid and non-paid admissions) 20,000 (estimated). c Total number paid admissions, outside gates, 9,689. Total number exhibitors, all departments, I.EOO. Number of exhibitors, live stock departments, 129. Number of horses on exhibition, 52. Number of cattle on exhibition, 224. Number of swine on exhibition, 214. . ' Number of sheep on exhibition, 66. Number of birds on exhibition (poultry department), 500. Are grounds'owned by society or county? Association. Millage levied for next year's county aid, .01 mills. Amount you anticipate levy will return, $1,489.00. •How many acres in the grounds? 40. Estimated value of grounds and improvements, $75,000.00. Present indebtedness, $15,300.00 grandstand certificates and $«,- 543J.7 other notes. OFFICERS OF THE FAiJR President, C. B. Murtagh, Des Moines, Iowa. Vice President, W_. T. Peters, Burt, Iowa. Secretary, E. L. Vincent, Algona, Iowa. Treasurer, H. J. Bode, Algona; Iowa. QUICK CLEAN.... LOW-COST. Lights Instantly t 4^ V9w ififf9i^^F ^d^p|p pew in*«* pu§ h«rt at th« to<**» of « m«tcfa! 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